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Top 6 Artists and Vendors We Wish Were At SDCC

In no particular order (we just numbered them so you know we aren't lying about how many we have), here are our top 6 Artists and Vendors you won't find at SDCC:#1: GeekyUWe fell in love with GeekyU at Wondercon. Their products are very well made per my Grandma and just try to argue with that. Plus, they had us at R2-HK 

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#2 SugarFueledAlmost at stalker status, we can not stop loving the cuteness of Sugarfueled.
See what Michael Banks has in store for you online at where you can shop anytime you would like, and don't be left out of the fun. You can also stay up to date with Sugar Fueled via:Twitter: @sugarfueledFacebook: sugarfueledartInstagram: sugarfueled #3 Geek Boy PressOur local favorite, Geek Boy Press has a heart a full of fandom and it shows in his work.
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#4 Andy BraseIt is obvious that Andy Brase possesses an exorbitant amount of talen…

Let's Welcome Jason Adams to SDCC Artist Alley

Help us welcome Jason Adams to Artist Alley SDCC this year by stopping by his table: EE-09. You will be pleasantly surprised by the bold and unique style that Jason's work presents.

Where do you find inspiration for your work? 
Everywhere.  Growing up a little punk rock kid, I loved the DIY style of art. There's something about DIY work that has a gritty imperfect feel to it that makes it human. And comics. I've always been a fan of comics and the unlimited possibilities that come with them.
What is your favorite work you have done?
I'm not sure I can narrow it down, I just enjoy experimenting and working with new material as much as I can.  Working with Boom! on a few Bravest Warriors variant covers was pretty awesome, I'm stoked to be doing the Emotion Booklet cards for the Upper Deck Marvel Premier 2014 release as well. 
What current work are you most excited about?
For SDCC, I've actually done something I've never done before.  I'm working with Rubylith f…